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January 14th, 2011, 08:39 PM   #1
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70 Degree Racing Map Switch Update

All,

For everyone who has bought a 70 Degree Racing Map switch I have a bit of some what embarrassing news. There was a bit of a mix up when we originally went into production on the map switch our manufacturer produced the switches correctly. However, we got some miss information that the switches had the incorrect positions on them so we had a sticker made to go over them.

Recently we discovered that the original positions on the switch are correct.

So, for anyone who currently has one of our switches with the sticker on it, simply remove it, and refer to the sentence below and the updated picture.

We apologize for the misinformation and any inconvenience this may have caused any of our customers.

The small dot on the bottom indicates the stock or OEM map, the L in the middle indicates the soft or traction map, and the H indicates the aggressive map.

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January 17th, 2011, 10:34 AM   #2
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Re: 70 Degree Racing Map Switch Update

Dale, I just did a resistance check on my 70 Degree switch and it doesn't compare to the Husaberg switch

H = 8 ohm Husaberg "advanced" position 2 = 6.8k ohm
L = 15 ohm Husaberg "beginning" position 1 = 15k ohm
. = open Husaberg "normal" position 3 = 4.7k ohm

Big difference. Can you explain?
The only position in the Husaberg switch that is open is position 0

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January 17th, 2011, 11:02 AM   #3
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Re: 70 Degree Racing Map Switch Update

Here are the measurements I got from the Husaberg rotary switch:

0 = open
1 = 14.9k
2 = 6.8k
3 = 4.68k
4 = 3.3k
5 = 2.7k
6 = 2.2k
7 = 1.9k
8 = 0
9 = 0

According to the instructions position 1 is soft (14.9K), 2 is aggressive (6.8K), and any other setting is standard. So you can get standard via position 0 (open) or 3 (4.68K).

I don't know about the 70 Degree switch, but if they are really 8 and 15 ohms, that would probably be a problem. Perhaps 8K and 15K would be okay??? I don't know what tolerance the ECU needs.
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Re: 70 Degree Racing Map Switch Update

Thanks for the posts gentlemen,

I'll check into it.

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Re: 70 Degree Racing Map Switch Update

Hey Dale, I just verified my readings with a second Fluke DVM, plus here are all the ohm reading from my Husaberg switch...

H= 8
L= 14.9
.= open

0 = open
1= 15k
2= 6.8k
3= 4.7k
4= 3.3k
5= 2.7k
6= 2.2k
7= 1.9k
8= .4
9= .2

Need more volunteers to measure their 70 Degree switch
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Re: 70 Degree Racing Map Switch Update

Does the 70 Degree switch really work? From those resistance values it looks to me that all three positions would give you "standard".

Here are two schematics that would give you equivalent functionality to the Husaberg stock switch in positions 0, 1, and 2.

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January 17th, 2011, 07:29 PM   #7
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Re: 70 Degree Racing Map Switch Update

I asked the guy making the switches the same questions about the values when we first made them and he assured me that they were correct. I just sent him another email to get a better explanation to post on here. He is very well known in the industry and makes many electronic pieces for all brands. I will post his responce asap.
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I'm just glad to see Dale back on the site!
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Re: 70 Degree Racing Map Switch Update

deeG dont take this to heart but the old build your own switch was covered when the new bikes first came out and is on here for anyone to find if they search for it.

the fact though that your almost trying to encourage people not to buy the 70degree switch on a what is basically a customer service thread for said switch i some feel is a bit wrong.

just my 2 cents worth.
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Re: 70 Degree Racing Map Switch Update

Okay to do your own switch, but the 70 Degree is a nice piece and incorporates a kill switch that's necessary to change maps... although you can utilize your existing kill switch.
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